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Vero Rialto offers Faux Wall Finish and Stucco Finish

What is the difference between Vero Italian plaster finishes and faux wall finishes?

The term "faux wall finishes" is sometimes used to refer to all enhanced wall finishes, including Italian plaster finishes and painted surfaces. Most commonly, however, "faux wall finishes" refers to texturing techniques using paint, not plaster. The disadvantage of painted faux wall finishes is that paint is a thin surface, which means that if the surface is scratched the base wall surface will show through. Paint eventually needs touching up after the paint chips or peels. Vero Italian plaster products are much stronger and more durable than any painted surface, as they are much thicker than paint, and their natural limestone state is much harder than paint.

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Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento

Click on the thumbnails to view our collection of photos of interior and exterior Venetian plaster finishes.

Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento
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Trump Decorative Finishing - Peachland, B.C. Canada
Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento
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Trump Decorative Finishing - Peachland, B.C. Canada
Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento
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All American Plastering: Chino Hills, CA
Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento
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Il Colore-Shady Canyon - Irvine, CA
Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento
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San Merino Plastering-Yorba Linda, CA
 
Antiqua I with Epoca Ottocento
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Tom Crow Plastering: San Clemente, CA
 

To learn more about Faux Wall Finish, contact Vero Rialto.